Solyndra Failure Hits Goldman’s Reputation: William D. CohanWilliam D. Cohan
Sept. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Since the financial crisis hit, investment banks have been rightly criticized for their tendency to be more concerned with their own trading profits than the well-being of their customers. Sometimes, however, an investment bank can take the whole client service thing a bit too far.
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